Astrocytoma Grade 3

I have astrocytma grade 3. It does not have me by a long shot.

It carries with it sentence of 3 – 5 years. It doesnt, however, carry me with it.

What the devil means for my dismay, the Lord intends for my good. I have got a lot of living left to do, and I intend on living it.

I want to live. I want to see my children live.

I want to live.

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  1. Heather, you’re always in my prayers! I love what Linds typed, “God is in the miracle business.” That is so true!

  2. Praise God from whom all blessings flow!!!

  3. God still does wonderful things! You have a lot of people standing with you in prayer! God bless you!

  4. kudos!

  5. hello Heather~!
    We’re so glad that you are doing well and recovering. I knew you would! I wanted you to know that my Sunday school class of 4-8th graders have been praying for you for a while now. My church here in Kentucky has also been praying for you since you were first diagnosed. We’re all so happy that God has blessed you in so many ways. I will pray, and my church family, that you will continue to do well with this cancer.

  6. Lauri Ann says:

    Praying & praying for your recovery Heather! May God bless you strength to carry you through your recovery.

  7. And you my dear Heather Dawn will do just that. LIVE. You are by far the strongest person and will be the one to over come this.

    Love, Cindy

  8. Praise God that you are doing so well. We are all praying here. We missed the show but I will try and catch highlights online.

  9. Heather – I am in the same position as yourself. I had my first grade 2 tumor about 8 years ago and now, after surgery to remove another growth (which they originally thought had all the characteristics of a grade 2) I’ve been told that the pathology came back as a grade 3. I’m 36 years old and my family means the world to me. I fully intend on beating this and walking my 5 year old daughter down the aisle some day. Stay strong – and believe! God bless.

  10. I am in the same boat as you, but I am losing faith quick. How do you maintain such a positive attitude? I have tried to do all the exercises and such, but everything is getting old. I know where I was before and I know where I am now and its just frustrating. I guess I’m just venting and I know now that I found this blog I’ll pray for you every day.

    Justin from MD

  11. HEATHER keep your faith,I am praying for you and your family. you see I lost my daughter april17,2009 to the same cancer you have.she always kept her faith it was just her time, you see my stephanie was a fighter just like you, and she never gave up no matter how hard it got,so please stay strong and always belive.take care chrissy from meadville

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